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Contents

1. Abbreviations
2. Bibliography
3. Credits


Abbreviations:

Gp -

Gaṅgottaraparipṛcchā (sūtra)




Abbreviations for the whole library.


Bibliography:

Bodhiruci 菩提流支 (6th century A.D.), 恒河上優婆夷會 (Gaṅgottaraparipṛcchā), in T. 310(31).

Borgland, Jens W., Jens Braarvig, Shayne Clarke, Fredrik Liland, Peter Skilling, David Welsh, and Sumittra Witoonchatree (June 2012), Questions of Gaṅgottarā (Gaṅgottaraparipṛcchā); this is a new translation made on the basis of the Tibetan and Chinese during a series of workshops at the University of Oslo.

JinamitraDānaśīla, and Ye śes sde (9th century A.D.), ’phags pa gaṅ gā’i mchog gis źus pa źes bya ba theg pa chen po’i mdo (Gaṅgottaraparipṛcchā), in Kg dkon brtsegs ca 222a3-225b3.



Credits:

Input by Jens W. Borgland, Jens Braarvig, Shayne Clarke, Fredrik Liland, Peter Skilling, David Welsh, and Sumittra Witoonchatree, Oslo, 2012.


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